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Running Magento on Azure Websites · September 24, 2014 · azure websites magento

Introduction Magento is a powerful eCommerce system and in this post, we're going to explore installing Magento Community Edition on an Azure Website. Create website Login to the portal and create a new empty Azure website with a MySQL database. Note that you will most likely need to scale the…

Securing ASP.net logins with Azure Multi-factor Authentication · July 14, 2014 · azure websites mfa

With recent high profile hacks, like what happened with Code Spaces and the @n twitter hack, simply using passwords is becoming something that is inadequate as attackers are becoming more and more complex in their techniques. An attacker getting access to your password can cripple your business or erase your…

Part 2: Creating a Composer enabled PHP website on Windows Azure with Git deployment · January 28, 2014 · php git azure composer websites

Introduction This is part 2 of a 2 part blog post. Read part 1 here. So in part 1, we've created a local Symfony2 PHP website that uses Composer to manage its packages. In this part, we are going to create a Windows Azure Website, setup deployment from source control,…

Part 1: Creating a Composer enabled PHP website on Windows Azure with Git deployment · January 28, 2014 · php azure composer websites

Introduction There is no doubt that Composer is a really cool dependency manager for PHP, sort of like NuGet for ASP.net, npm for Node.js and gems for Ruby. It makes the deployment process of libraries that much easier. Composer is basically a PHP script that you provide with…

Installing PHP and Zend Extensions on Windows Azure Websites · December 23, 2013 · php azure websites

Introduction You are creating a PHP website on Windows Azure and need to install additional PHP extensions not provided by default (like MongoDB or IonCube), you’ve come to the right post. It is quite easy. Downloading and uploading the extensions I’m going to demo this with 2 extensions;…

Migrate your old website to Windows Azure Websites using the Visual Studio Online “Monaco” console, cURL and unzip · December 10, 2013 · visual studio online azure websites

Introduction Have you considered migration to a Windows Azure website? The thought of downloading the files and content from your old website, then uploading them again to Windows Azure is not appealing? I agree with you! The title might be a bit misleading. What we actually want to do is,…